Admission to the full course of study at the University for foreign citizens and stateless persons permanently residing in foreign countries who do not have evidence of completion of pre-University training departments, preparatory departments, preparatory courses of the universities or the documents issued by the educational institutions of the Republic of Belarus confirming general secondary, vocational, specialized secondary or higher education, is only possible after the interview, allowing to establish proficiency in the language of instruction sufficient to learn the curriculum and defining the level of previous education.
The Interviews are conducted by the Examination Committee set up in accordance with the Order of the Rector of the University.
Foreign nationals who have graduated from foreign schools or educational institutions of Belarus, providing general secondary, vocational, specialized secondary or higher education (except for foreign citizens permanently residing in the Republic of Belarus) have the right to be admitted to the University on the basis of the interview results.
Foreign applicants to BSMU are interviewed in the state language (Russian or Belarusian), Biology and General Chemistry in accordance with the profile specialty, defined by the Rules of Admission to Higher and Secondary Specialized Educational Institutions.
When foreign citizens choose English as a language of training at the University, they are interviewed in English, Biology and Chemistry respectively.
Interviews are conducted by the Committee composed of one examiner for each subject and headed by the Dean of the Medical Faculty for International Students.
Test questions and tasks for the interviews are compiled by the Committee in accordance with the programs of entrance examinations and recorded in the Oral Answer Sheets.
Foreign citizens are offered five (5) questions (tasks) for each subject, graded from 0 (zero) to 10 (ten) points.
The results of the interview in the subjects are reflected in the Oral Answer Sheets and Sheets of the Interview and signed by the members of the Committee who conducted the interview.
Oral Answer Sheets are stored in the files of personal documents of foreign citizens enrolled for training.
The appeal of the foreign citizen may be submitted on the day of the interview and is considered in due course.
The decision on admission is taken by the BSMU Admission Committee on the basis of the results of the interview. Applicants who have got 0 (zero), 1 (one), 2 (two), 3 (three) points in one of the subjects are not admitted to study.
Individuals who are not enrolled for study at the University on the basis of interview results, can be admitted to the Preparatory Department or to the preparatory courses.